Nicky Jam Possibly Collaborating with R&B star Chris Brown

Nicky Jam is a hints charming…

The 34-year-old Puerto Rican and Dominican American reggaeton star took to Instagram recently indicating that he’s collaborating with R&B star Chris Brown.

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Nicky Jam, born Nick Rivera Caminero is being cagey about the post, but he’s not exactly denying it either.

“Here cooking something with @chrisbrownofficial,” Jam posted in Spanish on October 26 alongside a fuzzy picture of Brown in a baseball cap, adding: “It’s official. We’re coming with a song you guys love and isn’t out yet.”

Jam wouldn’t confirm to Billboard that Brown will be featured on his next single, which he says is called “Hasta el Amanecer” and will be released in 2016 in Spanish and English versions.

Jam, who already made Billboard history with “El Perdón” alongside Enrique Iglesias (the song spent 30 weeks at No. 1 on Hot Latin Songs, second only to Iglesias’ “Bailando”) says his new track will also break new ground: “It will be the first time a reggaeton.

Nicky Jam Signs with Creative Artists Agency (CAA)

Nicky Jam is getting Creative

Months after signing as a recording artist with Sony U.S. Latin and performing rights organization SESAC Latin, the 34-year-old Puerto Rican singer-songwriter has signed with Creative Artists Agency (CAA) for representation in all areas.

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CAA will rep Nicky Jam (real name Nick Rivera Caminero) in the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico and will look to create opportunities for him in all areas, including touring, TV, film, brand partnerships and publishing.

Nicky Jam’s single “El Perdón,” featuring Enrique Iglesias, continues at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart.

He’s currently in the midst of a South American tour that includes stops in Colombia, Argentina and Chile.

He’s slated to tour the U.S. this summer with exact locations to be announced soon.

Nicky Jam Signs with Sony/ATV and SESAC Latina

Nicky Jam is taking his music worldwide…

The 34-year-old Puerto Rican singer-songwriter, who is riding high due to his current hit single with Enrique Iglesias, “El Perdón, has signed an exclusive worldwide publishing agreement with Sony/ATV music publishing, according to Billboard.

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Nicky Jam, whose real name is Nick Rivera Caminero, has also signed with SESAC Latina for worldwide representation for his public performance rights, on the heels of his signing as an artist with Sony Music Latin in February.

“Nicky Jam is coming into our family of composers at a great time in his career that’s’ reflected by his simultaneous presence in various Billboard lists,” said J.J. Cheng, vice president of SESAC Latin.

“El Perdón” is currently at No. 1 on Billboard’s Latin Airplay and Hot Latin Songs chart, and Nicky Jam’s “Travesuras” and “Si Tu No Estás” are sitting at No. 8 on Hot Latin Songs and No. 14 on the Latin Rhythm Airplay chart, respectively.

“Nicky is the new generation of entrepreneurial artist who are entering the big leagues through hard work, perseverance, and social media savvy,” said Jorge Mejía, EVP of Sony/ATV for Latin America and U.S. Latin. “We couldn’t be more excited.”

Nicky Jam’s current chart success is a welcome change.

He began his career as a reggaetón act in Puerto Rico together with his friend Daddy Yankee, then branched out solo and signed with indie Pina Records, scoring singles on the Billboard charts in 2005 and 2008.

Then, he disappeared.

Nicky Jam went to live in Colombia and worked for years re-crafting his sound. Last year he resurfaced, with a vengeance.

In July of 2014, “Travesuras,” released on his own label, La Industria, debuted on the Hot Latin Songs chart, peaking at No.4 in December.

Now, 10 years after he first made it onto the Billboard charts, Nicky Jam has finally risen to No. 1 with “El Perdón.”

Nicky Jam Earns First No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs Chart

Nicky Jam has scored an unforgettable first…

The 34-year-old Puerto Rican singer-songwriter, whose real name is Nick Rivera Caminero, has earned his first No. 1 single on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart.

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Jam’s “El Perdon,” featuring Enrique Iglesias (who scores his record-extending 26th No. 1 on the chart with the climb) leaps 6-1, with a 64 percent gain in sales (to 6,000 downloads according to Nielsen Music) in its fifth week on the chart.

An urban music fixture, Jam has posted six other tracks on the Hot Latin Songs chart since his first entry in 2004.

“El Perdon” is his first single to be released through Sony Music Latin after signing with the label in February.